Staying Well Programme Home Support Services Job Opportunities
Bassetlaw Action Centre is co-ordinating the national Get out get Active (GOGA) scheme. Click here to read the initial press release.
Minibus trips for January-April 2020 click here for details.
For Bassetlaw Action Centre’s Stroke/Neuro leaflet, go to our Health & Welfare page.
Go to Bassetlaw Action Centre’s own website for their full range of services
◄ here or www.bassetlawactioncentre.org.uk
Lynn Tupling, Bassetlaw Action Centre’s Chief Executive, has overseen many changes within the voluntary sector during this time.
To read more about Lynn and an outline of Bassetlaw Action Centre’s ‘reach’, click here...
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Bassetlaw Action Centre has launched a Housing Choice case worker to ensure your home remains suitable and meets your changing needs throughout your later life. Read more...
Current priorities are demands for volunteers to support Bassetlaw Action Centre’s Befriending Service. For more, click here.We are also desperate to recruit volunteer drivers... click for more ►
...so, if you have just an hour or two a week, they would love to hear from you. Many local people depend of this service, so can you help?
Click on poster for practical details.
We have a new minibus!
Click on the bus to learn more.
The Bassetlaw Action Centre was delighted to be one of 111 UK volunteering groups to be granted The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service in 2014, the MBE for volunteer groups. On Friday 5th September 2014 the Lord-Lieutenant for Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace officially presented the award to Lynn Tupling, Chief Executive and Michael Browne, Chair of Bassetlaw Action Centre.
Bassetlaw Action Centre
Tel: 01777 709 650
Fax: 01777 819 040